U.S. Gives Saudi Airlines ‘Unrestricted’ Access to American Skies


Locutus
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Cool idea Bro.


The United States and Saudi Arabia have signed an Open Skies agreement that will "permit unrestricted air service by the airlines of both countries between and beyond the other’s territory." The agreement means Saudi airlines may fly from any point in the kingdom to any point in the United States, and that U.S. airlines may fly from any point here to any airport in Saudi Arabia.

The deal was signed May 28 in Jeddah by U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia James B. Smith and Dr. Faisal bin Hamad Al-Sugair, Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Director of the General Authority of Civil Aviation.

In addition to permitting each nations' airlines to provide unrestricted air service to any point in the other country, the agreement also eliminates restrictions on how often the carriers can fly, the kind of aircraft they can use and the prices they charge.


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U.S. Gives Saudi Airlines ‘Unrestricted’ Access to American Skies | CNS News
 
petros
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Cool, now they don't have to steal US jets to crash into buildings.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Cool, now they don't have to steal US jets to crash into buildings.

More truth than fun Petros eh?
 
petros
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Let's steal one of theirs and crash it into Mecca.
 
Highball
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Well it must be phase 4. The Shoe Bomb, The Crotch Bomb, The Baggage Bomb ad no an old ready to survey B-747-200 Bomb. They may get it right this time. Don't forget to give the correct GPS for 1600 Pennsylvania Ave either. No malfunctions this time?
 
B00Mer
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Nuggler
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8o..........wtf ??
 
hunboldt
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post


well- not in Baggies , anyway...
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tay
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The Saudi's have always had open skies in America.......



In the days immediately following Sept. 11, 2001, while the airways were still closed to all other flights, Americans couldn't fly into the country but relatives of bin Laden were able to fly out. The Justice Department and the FBI inspector general should investigate why these obvious "persons of interest" were permitted to leave the country without being seriously interrogated.

President Bush's request to Congress for additional law-enforcement powers to investigate terrorist suspects while questions persist about why the White House and FBI permitted 140 Saudis (including two-dozen relatives of Osama bin Laden) to leave hurriedly from the United States for Saudi Arabia.


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petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by hunboldt View Post

well- not in Baggies , anyway...

A better pic.

Just copy and past them. No need to attach.

 
L Gilbert
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Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Let's steal one of theirs and crash it into Mecca.

Better yet, steal an Iranian plane and do it.
 
B00Mer
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